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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 11-08-2006, 06:38 PM Thread Starter
 
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Drag comp and Smarty

I was wondering what kind of RPMs does this combo have.. I have heard that this fuels over 3300 but I have not heard for sure what type of rpms that this combo has.. does anyone have any experience with this combination..???
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3700RPM twice with the Drag Comp and a MAD ECM with full timing, without the MAD ECM now I think it is around 3500-3600RPM. I was not a fan of the stack, the truck yanks the sled better now.
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I have seen a few guys actually loose power on the dyno with that combo. Bouncer relayed to me that they recommend stacking the smarty with a tst only. I guess the programs work together better than they do with the Edge.

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I ran the smarty on #8 and the drag comp on 5/5 and my truck turned over 4000.

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So I guess you like this setup.. That is what I want to turn 4000 rpms.
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I know that you will loose top end Hp but gain a much wider power band up through the RPM's from what I have heard on other sites. I think it was like 11hp topend lose but power came on really quick, with a nice wide power band.

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The Smarty removes the rev limiter. D_B has had his truck to 4k with his Smarty only.
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Does anyone know what valve contact looks like on a piston?
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Yah I was going to ask, isn't 4k pretty high for a stock motor?

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I sure it has a little wear on the motor but I am not worried about my valves clapping hands with my pistons, or my internals coming apart.. I read that a stock Cummins Crankshaft doesnt start to come apart until 5600 rpms.. So I think that it will be fine.. I am not saying dont get stiffer springs but the stock ones should be fine.. Hopefully
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